First: I really wish I was seated at the table above right now. I can almost taste that croissant. Instead, my bottled latte will have to do — which brings me to a random assortment of recent purchases:
POP & BOTTLE OAT MILK LATTE SUBSCRIPTION
MARY’S GONE CRACKERS CAYENNE — PEOPLE GO CRAZY OVER THESE??
WASH-OFF NAIL POLISH FOR A MANICURE FOR MINI THIS WEEK
MORE KISSY KISSY BODYSUITS
NEW SNEAKERS FOR MICRO
AVENE HYDRANCE LEGERE LOTION
You’re Sooooo Popular: Toy Organization Bins.
The most popular items on the blog this past week:
+Inexpensive bins for toy organization. Note: the mediums slide under both of my children’s cribs/beds, which is delightful.
+Who doesn’t love a classic striped shirtdress? Especially when it’s 40% off.
+Chic update on a tee.
+Obsessed with this swimsuit in the white.
+A pretty smocked floral.
+My favorite juice glasses…which I also use for wine.
+Drooling over this skirt, which is on my spring shopping list. FINALLY ON SALE!
+Cutest embroidered cardigan for a little one.
+Just the most precious “special” dress ever.
+Beautiful and reasonably-priced quilt for your next picnic.
#Turbothot: Classic Parent Advice.
I have been missing my parents terribly, and with Mother’s Day tomorrow, I particularly enjoyed this illustration of “Classic Mom Advice.” My mom would definitely say all of these things, along with the following, which I have heard so many times throughout my 36 years of life, I can anticipate their arrival in our conversation:
“If you’re stomach is upset, stick to the BART diet: bananas-apples-rice-toast.”
“One thing a day, Jen. Just set out to accomplish one thing a day.”
“Always keep a couple ginger ales and saltines in the pantry.”
“Go to bed early.”
“Write your thank you notes as soon as possible after receipt of a gift. And make those notes personal.”
“Call if you will be late — even a few minutes late.”
And from my Dad:
“Never look back. Keep moving forward.”
“Never go anywhere without reading material.”
“Never leave until tomorrow what can be done today.”
“Grind it out.” [Meaning, dig in and work hard.]
“Water and exercise heal most things.”
“Be civil, above all else.”
What classic parent advice do you have to share?
P.S. An aubade to parenting, why I’m lucky to be a child, and musings on discipline/rules in my childhood household.
+This may actually transform me into the kind of girl who wears a denim jacket.
+This blouse is AMAZING (under $70).
+I think Hill needs these toile jammies now that his precious toile crib sheet has arrived.
+This floral maxi is everything (and $25!)
+Perfect statement earrings for a bride-to-be — 30% off!
+Absolutely smitten with this dress.
+OMG – this bib collar top!!! (One of my favorite microtrends RN.)
+The cut of this dress is so high-end — but it’s $120! LOVE. Looks like Khaite or Staud or something!
+If you need to get in on the quarantine tie dye trend — $30 for sweats here!
+Very into this look on Hill right now.
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